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JPQ Tools | HOLE SAW ARBOR WITH SHANK SIZE 7/16” (11mm) AND HEXAGONAL SHANK TYPE - FOR HOLE SAWS WITH DIAMETERS: 32mm-210mm

HOLE SAW ARBOR WITH SHANK SIZE 7/16” (11mm) AND HEXAGONAL SHANK TYPE - FOR HOLE SAWS WITH DIAMETERS: 32mm-210mm

SKU: 120057A-P

JPQ Tools quality hole saw arbors or adapters which attract a high level of repeated orders from customers who try them. This professional line of universal hole saw arbors is developed for the demanding industrial users, as well as for user's personal usage. These universal hole saw arbors are extremely suitable for use on portable machinery. They stand out due to their greater stability, very fast drilling capacity, an extremely long lifespan and concurrent low cost price. More details about hole saw arbors, and how to find a perfect hole saw or hole saw arbor, see below.

These hole saw arbors are specially designed for drilling holes in several kind of materials such as:

  • wood
  • gyproc
  • medium-density fiberboard - MDF
  • mild steel
  • (stainless steel)
  • aluminum
  • plastic
  • etc.

Other features of our hole saw system include:

  • 5 times faster than traditional hole saw systems
  • drop out the core at the push of a button
  • universal arbor - fits most hole saw brands
  • saves time, money, and eliminates the hassle of plug removal
  • extend pilot drill length to cut at an angle
  • durable tungsten carbide tipped pilot drill

These hole saw arbors have the following specifications:

 

  • Shank size: 7/16” (11mm)
  • Shank type: hexagonal
  • Compatible with hole saws with diameters: 32mm-210mm
  • Application: wood, gyproc, medium-density fiberboard – MDF, mild steel
  • (stainless steel), aluminum, plastic, etc.
  • Material: Tungsten carbide tipped
  • Pieces in package: 1
  • Type of package: Blister

Hole saws are cylindrical cups with a serrated edge to cut various sizes of holes in a variety of materials. The serrated edge is designed to cut the hole and the other end is designed to be driven by an arbor or drill chuck. There is a wide variety of hole saws available in the marketplace, from inexpensive carbon steel hole saws to extremely specialized, application driven hole saws.

Hole saws have two different types of steel joined together to form the edge of the cutting end of the hole saw. High speed steel is joined to a soft spring steel to form a durable edge that will cut a multitude of materials and help provide long life. High speed steel is used on the outer edge due to its wear resistance properties and forms the cutting edge of the teeth. Soft, spring steel creates a flexible backing material that allows the hole saw to absorb impacts of the job of drilling holes in difficult-to-cut materials.

Cutting a hole with a hole saw requires the use of an arbor and often a pilot drill. Some hole saws are sold with attached arbors, while others are sold with detachable arbors. Some hole saws may be sold without any arbor and you may have to purchase one separately. Arbors, also called mandrels, are designed to connect a hole saw to a drill chuck as well as hold the pilot drill. They are made from hardened steel and alloy steel components for long life, as they need to last through multiple hole saws. Arbors connect to the hole saw with a thread in the cap of the hole saw. The larger hole saws also have side pin holes in the cap which receive pins from the arbor to facilitate quick and easy changes of the hole saw. Smaller hole saws connect to the arbor only with the thread and often get locked onto the arbor requiring tools to remove the hole saw.

Currently on JPQ Tools website, we offer different diameters for professional hole saws HSS bi-metal M3 from 14 mm to 210mm with 4/6 TPI variable teeth, and cutting depth from 38mm to 47mm.

TPI stands for 'Teeth Per Inch' and is a way of measuring the frequency of teeth on a hole saw. Hole saws with a higher TPI will cut more slowly but will produce a smoother cut because they are less likely to tear at the fibres of your workpiece.

JPQ Tools hole saws can be used for portable electric or pneumatic tools, vertical drill machines, boring/milling machines, etc., for ultimate comfort.

JPQ Tools hole saws have premium quality, designed to meet the demands of the most demanding users. The products work faster and have a longer life resulting with lower operating costs. The products have been designed to be highly user friendly and easy to use.

We also have JPQ Tools HSS bi- metal M42 hole saw 8% Cobalt, 4-6 TPI in assortment. These articles are not shown online. In case you are interested in these Cobalt hole saws or any other types of JPQ Tools products, please feel free to contact us.

There are two main sizes of arbor: large and small. Small arbors have a shank size of 8.75mm and are suitable to fit a 9.5mm chuck. The smaller arbors are used with hole saws that have diameters between 14mm - 30mm. Large arbors have a shank size of 11.1mm and are suitable to fit a 12.7mm capacity chuck. These larger arbors are used with hole saws that have diameters between 32mm - 210mm. An arbor's hexagonal shank is measured by its diameter across the flats (AF). This is the distance between one flat face to another in a straight line.

JPQ Tools offers hole saw arbors for use with bi-metal hole saws in different diameter: 1/4" round (6-30mm), 7/16" hex (14-30mm), 3/8" hex (31-152mm) and 7/16” hex (31-152mm).

These JPQ Tools hole saws and hole saw arbors are the best solution for industrial workers.

JPQ Tools hole saws offer to industrial workers following advantages:

  • Very comfortable working.
  • Easy to use.

Our prices can compete with other bigger web shops and moreover we assure you that we deliver professional products with professional quality.

Pilot drills take most of the punishment in hole saw drilling. Many users drill with some oscillation movement to help clear chips from the cut. This puts a lot of side pressure on the pilot drill. Our JPQ Tools arbors use a tapered web design which offers a thicker core than standard pilot drills to protect against side-load breakage. It also features a 135° split point tip, which starts on contact to keep the drill from walking and helps ensure an accurately placed hole.

When drilling holes with a hole saw, you need a complete system designed to deliver the performance you need to do the job. This means all components of the system, not just the hole saw, need to provide you with durability and performance. When you choose the right system, you'll find that drilling holes has never been easier.

A hole saw of JPQ Tools is packed in practical and stable plastic blister.

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Weight 0.23kg
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Pieces in package 1

JPQ Tools quality hole saw arbors or adapters which attract a high level of repeated orders from customers who try them. This professional line of universal hole saw arbors is developed for the demanding industrial users, as well as for user's personal usage. These universal hole saw arbors are extremely suitable for use on portable machinery. They stand out due to their greater stability, very fast drilling capacity, an extremely long lifespan and concurrent low cost price. More details about hole saw arbors, and how to find a perfect hole saw or hole saw arbor, see below.

These hole saw arbors are specially designed for drilling holes in several kind of materials such as:

  • wood
  • gyproc
  • medium-density fiberboard - MDF
  • mild steel
  • (stainless steel)
  • aluminum
  • plastic
  • etc.

Other features of our hole saw system include:

  • 5 times faster than traditional hole saw systems
  • drop out the core at the push of a button
  • universal arbor - fits most hole saw brands
  • saves time, money, and eliminates the hassle of plug removal
  • extend pilot drill length to cut at an angle
  • durable tungsten carbide tipped pilot drill

These hole saw arbors have the following specifications:

 

  • Shank size: 7/16” (11mm)
  • Shank type: hexagonal
  • Compatible with hole saws with diameters: 32mm-210mm
  • Application: wood, gyproc, medium-density fiberboard – MDF, mild steel
  • (stainless steel), aluminum, plastic, etc.
  • Material: Tungsten carbide tipped
  • Pieces in package: 1
  • Type of package: Blister

Hole saws are cylindrical cups with a serrated edge to cut various sizes of holes in a variety of materials. The serrated edge is designed to cut the hole and the other end is designed to be driven by an arbor or drill chuck. There is a wide variety of hole saws available in the marketplace, from inexpensive carbon steel hole saws to extremely specialized, application driven hole saws.

Hole saws have two different types of steel joined together to form the edge of the cutting end of the hole saw. High speed steel is joined to a soft spring steel to form a durable edge that will cut a multitude of materials and help provide long life. High speed steel is used on the outer edge due to its wear resistance properties and forms the cutting edge of the teeth. Soft, spring steel creates a flexible backing material that allows the hole saw to absorb impacts of the job of drilling holes in difficult-to-cut materials.

Cutting a hole with a hole saw requires the use of an arbor and often a pilot drill. Some hole saws are sold with attached arbors, while others are sold with detachable arbors. Some hole saws may be sold without any arbor and you may have to purchase one separately. Arbors, also called mandrels, are designed to connect a hole saw to a drill chuck as well as hold the pilot drill. They are made from hardened steel and alloy steel components for long life, as they need to last through multiple hole saws. Arbors connect to the hole saw with a thread in the cap of the hole saw. The larger hole saws also have side pin holes in the cap which receive pins from the arbor to facilitate quick and easy changes of the hole saw. Smaller hole saws connect to the arbor only with the thread and often get locked onto the arbor requiring tools to remove the hole saw.

Currently on JPQ Tools website, we offer different diameters for professional hole saws HSS bi-metal M3 from 14 mm to 210mm with 4/6 TPI variable teeth, and cutting depth from 38mm to 47mm.

TPI stands for 'Teeth Per Inch' and is a way of measuring the frequency of teeth on a hole saw. Hole saws with a higher TPI will cut more slowly but will produce a smoother cut because they are less likely to tear at the fibres of your workpiece.

JPQ Tools hole saws can be used for portable electric or pneumatic tools, vertical drill machines, boring/milling machines, etc., for ultimate comfort.

JPQ Tools hole saws have premium quality, designed to meet the demands of the most demanding users. The products work faster and have a longer life resulting with lower operating costs. The products have been designed to be highly user friendly and easy to use.

We also have JPQ Tools HSS bi- metal M42 hole saw 8% Cobalt, 4-6 TPI in assortment. These articles are not shown online. In case you are interested in these Cobalt hole saws or any other types of JPQ Tools products, please feel free to contact us.

There are two main sizes of arbor: large and small. Small arbors have a shank size of 8.75mm and are suitable to fit a 9.5mm chuck. The smaller arbors are used with hole saws that have diameters between 14mm - 30mm. Large arbors have a shank size of 11.1mm and are suitable to fit a 12.7mm capacity chuck. These larger arbors are used with hole saws that have diameters between 32mm - 210mm. An arbor's hexagonal shank is measured by its diameter across the flats (AF). This is the distance between one flat face to another in a straight line.

JPQ Tools offers hole saw arbors for use with bi-metal hole saws in different diameter: 1/4" round (6-30mm), 7/16" hex (14-30mm), 3/8" hex (31-152mm) and 7/16” hex (31-152mm).

These JPQ Tools hole saws and hole saw arbors are the best solution for industrial workers.

JPQ Tools hole saws offer to industrial workers following advantages:

  • Very comfortable working.
  • Easy to use.

Our prices can compete with other bigger web shops and moreover we assure you that we deliver professional products with professional quality.

Pilot drills take most of the punishment in hole saw drilling. Many users drill with some oscillation movement to help clear chips from the cut. This puts a lot of side pressure on the pilot drill. Our JPQ Tools arbors use a tapered web design which offers a thicker core than standard pilot drills to protect against side-load breakage. It also features a 135° split point tip, which starts on contact to keep the drill from walking and helps ensure an accurately placed hole.

When drilling holes with a hole saw, you need a complete system designed to deliver the performance you need to do the job. This means all components of the system, not just the hole saw, need to provide you with durability and performance. When you choose the right system, you'll find that drilling holes has never been easier.

A hole saw of JPQ Tools is packed in practical and stable plastic blister.

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